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A bi-directional transmission set up with the same 90-kilometer fiber, where the even and odd 400 Gb/s channels, with the same 50 GHz grid spacing, transmit in opposite directions. Credit: Nokia

At OFC 2018, the single-most important annual event in optical communications, being held March 11-15 in San Diego California, a research team from Nokia will report the real-time, bi-directional transmission of 78 interleaved, 400 gigabit per second (Gb/s) channels with a 31.2 terabit per second (Tb/s) fiber capacity.

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